Board of Directors

Fr. Pedro Tramontin, MI

Fr. Pedro Celso Tramontin, M.I., (Minister of the Infirm) is the Provincial Delegate for the U.S.A. Camillian Delegation. He is the leader of all Camillian activities in the United States and President of St. Camillus Health System, Inc.

A native of Brazil, Fr. Tramontin has been working and living in the USA since September 11, 2009. He studied English at Sacred Heart School of Theology. His Clinical Pastoral Education accreditation was achieved with study at Lakeland Aurora Medical Center in Elkhorn, Wisconsin, the St. Camillus Campus in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, at Meriter Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin and VITAS Innovative Care in Chicago, Illinois.

Fr. Tramontin was ordained to the priesthood on Sept. 28, 1996 in his hometown of Salto Veloso, (SC) Brazil.

He has Bachelor degrees in philosophy and history from San Paul in Brazil. He also has a Bachelor's in Theology from Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome, Italy where he also received a Master’s Degree in Spirituality.

Fr. Tramontin has worked in the formation field for the Order of St Camillus as a novice master in Brazil for 10 years and also worked as a vocational recruiter, chaplain, parish assistant and spiritual director.

At St. Camillus Campus he was a volunteer chaplain for the Hospice program and participated in other activities throughout the campus.

Fr. Leandro Blanco, M.I.
Executive Director

Fr. Leandro Blanco was born in Brazil. He entered the seminary in 1995 and went to Sao Francisco University in Sao Paulo as a first year novitiate. After three years, Fr. Leandro went to Curitiba, Brazil, where he studied theology for four years at the Studium Theologicum and was ordained a priest in 2004 in Brazil for the Order of the Servants of the Sick of St. Camillus, better known as the Camillians. He has been in the United States since 2010 and has been a permanent resident of US since February 2013, and is in training to take on major administrative duties in the Order’s ministry with the elderly, San Camillo, in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. He joined the Board of SOS DRS in 2011.

Fr. Aristelo Miranda, MI
Member, Board of Directors

Father Aris was born in the Philippines, and in college entered the seminary for the Order of the Ministers of the Infirm there, and was ordained a priest. He holds a Licentiate in Pastoral Theology from the Camillianum in Rome and in the Social Sciences from the Angelicum in Rome. He has been involved in disaster responses since 1998, serving in the Philippines, Pakistan, Thailand, Kenya and India.

Father Aris has served as the International Coordinator of CTF Central in Rome, by facilitating greater capacity for disaster response within each province of the Order, coordinating responses when disasters do occur, and fundraising for disaster relief projects.

Bro. Mario Crivello, M.I.

Brother Mario was born in Milwaukee, WI in 1940, the youngest of three children. He taught in the Milwaukee Public Schools for 14 years, followed by years in real estate and the automotive business. He joined the Order of St. Camillus in 1992, professed his First Vows in March, 1995 and his Solemn Vows in May, 2000.

Since his Solemn profession, Brother Mario has served as a chaplain in the St Camillus Health Center, retiring from there after 13 years. Brother Mario has been in ministry with the elderly for many years in the Order’s exceptional full-range elder care facility in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin called San Camillo where he now serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the St. Camillus Continuum Of Care Facilities.

Sherman Runions
Member, Board of Directors

Sherman lives and works in Sapphire Valley, North Carolina. He is a principal in the firm of Sherman C. Runions and Associates, an architectural and landscape design company. Sherman is a Commissioned Catechist for the Diocese of Charlotte. He is active in his local community, serving on the board of the Conservation Alliance of his county. He has served on the Board of Directors of SOS DRS since its inception in 2008.

Kevin Schwab, CPA

Kevin was born in Milwaukee, WI, the youngest of four sons. He graduated from Marquette University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting. He also received his Masters in Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. Kevin worked in public accounting at Arthur Andersen and Grant Thornton for 8 years before becoming the Chief Financial Officer of St Camillus Health System, Inc. in Wauwatosa, WI in 2006. Kevin is married to Allison and together they have two children and live in Whitefish Bay, WI. He enjoys volunteering at various church and school events, spending time with his family, and coaching youth soccer. He joined the board of SOS DRS in 2014.

Mary C. Balistreri
Member, Board of Directors

Mary has been a nurse and healthcare professional since 1994. She joined St. Camillus in 1996 as a RN Case Manager and is currently the Supportive Home Services Supervisor . Mary is also busy as a mother, active in her parish, kid’s schools and as a volunteer for the St. Ben’s Meal Program.

Lauren M. McGaver
Member, Board of Directors

Lauren is a graduate of Bachelor of Arts in Sociology at Marquette University, Milwaukee. She is a licensed Social Worker and has an extensive experience in this field. She worked for St. Camillus Campus, Milwaukee since 2003, currently serving as Director of Social Services. Lauren is an active volunteer for many San Camillo fundraising events as well as a member of the Wauwatosa Women’s Club and the Women of St. Jude.

Fr. Agustin (JoJo) Relagio Orosa, M.I.
Member, Board of Directors

Fr. Jojo was born in the Philippines. He joined the Camillian Order in 1983 and was ordained priest in 1994. He finished Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy at St. Camillus College Seminary and Master of Theology at Maryhill School of Theology, both in the Philippines. He completed his CPE Supervisory Training at St. Luke’s Medical Center, Milwaukee. Presently, Fr. Jojo works as a full-time CPE Supervisor and Pastoral Care Manager of St. Camillus Campus, and a chaplain of Alexian Village both in Milwaukee.